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Post by Jason Voorhees May 15th 2024, 4:53 am

Diary of Pamela Voorhees Diary-10

A screenplay created by Tom McLoughlin the director and writer of Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives and the writer and director of Friday the 13th fanfilm: Jason Rising James Sweet had sat down and written a screenplay for prequel to the original and overall F13 Universe about Pamela Voorhees this is the summary that was explained by Tom Mcloughlin himself when interviewed by Bloody Disgusting.

Tom Mcloughlin wrote:“When James mentioned wanting to do a story that starts with the birth of Jason, my head exploded with so many episodes and character events we can create, we both just took off on it. The objective was also to reveal how they became the iconic horror legends they are. In fact, we created so many characters and storylines we realized we had a Limited Series as well as a feature length movie.”

And so this was the premise of the film or series involving Pamela Voorhees.

Summary wrote:The story takes place in Post-World War 2 Middle America. People are uncertain, afraid of the unknown, and untrusting. This is the world Mrs. Voorhees and Jason must face. On the night of June 13th, 1946, an abused 16-year-old Pamela gives birth to a facially disfigured, mentally challenged, boy she names Jason. Over the next ten years we see the painful life this shunned single mother must survive to raise and protect her Jason who most of all these people treat as a freak. Her psychopathic mind turns darker, then vengeful as she brutally kills any detractor of her son. They then move on, Pamela fantasizing on finding some place that’s truly theirs. Both the film and limited series conclude with their arrival at Camp Crystal Lake May 19th, 1956.

And Tom Mcloughlin went on to give us even more details relating to the script:

Tom Mcloughlin wrote:"Pamela’s diary allows us deeper insight into how she feels. It’s particularly even more unsettling as we hear her psychopathic and sociopathic thoughts and plans. I wanted to approach this as if this was a true story. Every event and character are believable. No supernatural aspects. As extreme as her murders are they are passion kills. Serial killers like Aileen Wuornos (Charlize Theron in ‘Monster’) are more emotionally horrifying being connected a belief or honest rationalization. There’s also a deeply disturbing and creepy aspect seeing the child Jason watching, maybe learning from his mothers’ savage murders. Blood splattered; Mrs. Voorhees embraces her son with a genuine mother’s warmth. Gently explaining to him why these wicked people need to die. ‘If we don’t kill them, Jason, they’ll keep hurting more people like us. There’s no God who will punish them. Only us, Jason."

And if you guys don't remeber Tom Mcloughlin also has a direct continuation screenplay to his Jason Lives storyline, which would directly retcon the future films and start a new timeline. (Think of the Blumhouse trilogy being the new official canon for the franchise.) which is titled Jason Never Dies this surely shows his love and passion for the Friday the 13th Universe, the Friday the 13th Franchise, and the Friday the 13th fans.

My Thoughts:


I believe without any doubt that Tom Mcloughlin has this in the bag a prequel film or series and then you have a continuation to his own Friday the 13th Film! This is something Sean Cunningham and Victor Miller should be signing HIM UP FOR! It's all prepared!
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Post by ThePunisher May 15th 2024, 5:43 pm

Jason Voorhees wrote:
Diary of Pamela Voorhees Diary-10

A screenplay created by Tom McLoughlin the director and writer of Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives and the writer and director of Friday the 13th fanfilm: Jason Rising James Sweet had sat down and written a screenplay for prequel to the original and overall F13 Universe about Pamela Voorhees this is the summary that was explained by Tom Mcloughlin himself when interviewed by Bloody Disgusting.

Tom Mcloughlin wrote:“When James mentioned wanting to do a story that starts with the birth of Jason, my head exploded with so many episodes and character events we can create, we both just took off on it. The objective was also to reveal how they became the iconic horror legends they are. In fact, we created so many characters and storylines we realized we had a Limited Series as well as a feature length movie.”

And so this was the premise of the film or series involving Pamela Voorhees.

Summary wrote:The story takes place in Post-World War 2 Middle America. People are uncertain, afraid of the unknown, and untrusting. This is the world Mrs. Voorhees and Jason must face. On the night of June 13th, 1946, an abused 16-year-old Pamela gives birth to a facially disfigured, mentally challenged, boy she names Jason. Over the next ten years we see the painful life this shunned single mother must survive to raise and protect her Jason who most of all these people treat as a freak. Her psychopathic mind turns darker, then vengeful as she brutally kills any detractor of her son. They then move on, Pamela fantasizing on finding some place that’s truly theirs. Both the film and limited series conclude with their arrival at Camp Crystal Lake May 19th, 1956.

And Tom Mcloughlin went on to give us even more details relating to the script:

Tom Mcloughlin wrote:"Pamela’s diary allows us deeper insight into how she feels. It’s particularly even more unsettling as we hear her psychopathic and sociopathic thoughts and plans. I wanted to approach this as if this was a true story. Every event and character are believable. No supernatural aspects. As extreme as her murders are they are passion kills. Serial killers like Aileen Wuornos (Charlize Theron in ‘Monster’) are more emotionally horrifying being connected a belief or honest rationalization. There’s also a deeply disturbing and creepy aspect seeing the child Jason watching, maybe learning from his mothers’ savage murders. Blood splattered; Mrs. Voorhees embraces her son with a genuine mother’s warmth. Gently explaining to him why these wicked people need to die. ‘If we don’t kill them, Jason, they’ll keep hurting more people like us. There’s no God who will punish them. Only us, Jason."

And if you guys don't remeber Tom Mcloughlin also has a direct continuation screenplay to his Jason Lives storyline, which would directly retcon the future films and start a new timeline. (Think of the Blumhouse trilogy being the new official canon for the franchise.) which is titled Jason Never Dies this surely shows his love and passion for the Friday the 13th Universe, the Friday the 13th Franchise, and the Friday the 13th fans.

My Thoughts:


I believe without any doubt that Tom Mcloughlin has this in the bag a prequel film or series and then you have a continuation to his own Friday the 13th Film! This is something Sean Cunningham and Victor Miller should be signing HIM UP FOR! It's all prepared!

Would Cunninham and Miler start squabbling again over this?
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Post by Jason Voorhees May 15th 2024, 5:46 pm

ThePunisher wrote:Would Cunninham and Miler start squabbling again over this?  

Nah they shouldn't be for a long time.
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Post by ThePunisher May 16th 2024, 5:21 pm

Jason Voorhees wrote:
ThePunisher wrote:Would Cunninham and Miler start squabbling again over this?  

Nah they shouldn't be for a long time.

I hope I can believe that.
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Post by Jason Voorhees May 21st 2024, 11:27 am

ThePunisher wrote:
Jason Voorhees wrote:
ThePunisher wrote:Would Cunninham and Miler start squabbling again over this?  

Nah they shouldn't be for a long time.

I hope I can believe that.

One honestly has to benefit to the other.

Sean Cunningham just has to write off Pamela/Origin Story and sell internationally.

Victor Miller just has Pamela Voorhees and only Domestic sells.

If Victor doesn't collab with Sean there's nothing much there.
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Post by ThePunisher May 21st 2024, 4:38 pm

Jason Voorhees wrote:
ThePunisher wrote:
Jason Voorhees wrote:
ThePunisher wrote:Would Cunninham and Miler start squabbling again over this?  

Nah they shouldn't be for a long time.

I hope I can believe that.

One honestly has to benefit to the other.

Sean Cunningham just has to write off Pamela/Origin Story and sell internationally.

Victor Miller just has Pamela Voorhees and only Domestic sells.

If Victor doesn't collab with Sean there's nothing much there.

So we can't get Jason domestically?
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